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4 Games on One Game Pak: GT Advance / GT Advance 2 / GT Advance 3 / MotoGP

4 Games on One Game Pak: GT Advance / GT Advance 2 / GT Advance 3 / MotoGP

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2007

GT Advance Championship Racing Install your car kits, head to the track, start your engines and get ready to challenge the most competitive racers on the circuit! Choose from over 45 authentic cars and race for championship gold on an amazing 32 different tracks. Upgrade your car's performance using 9 categories of upgradeable parts including the engine, suspension, aerodynamics and more. GT Advance 2: Rally Racing Get behind the wheel of the world's top rally cars as you span the globe in quest of a championship. Listen to your navigator as you fly over jumps and skid around obstacles on...

Angel Collection: Mezase! Gakuen no Fashion Leader

Angel Collection: Mezase! Gakuen no Fashion Leader

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Angel Collection is a Strategy game, developed and published by MTO, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Ao Zora to Nakama Tachi: Yume no Bouken

Ao Zora to Nakama Tachi: Yume no Bouken

Sony Playstation - Released - November 13, 2003

Ao Zora To Nakama Tachi - Yume No Bouken is a platform game that was released in Gameboy Advance and Playstation One consoles in 2003. The game features Ao Zora that is a blue elephant that transport in his back a friend animal in a plataform game with a boss stage at the end of the level that can be defeated after a riddle contest. Ao Zora is the mascot character of Aozora Bank, The game is divided into 2 different part: A platform part with jumping parts and eliminate the enemies that come across the players character, and the end of boss level that features a quiz challenge with more...

Ao Zora to Nakama Tachi: Yume no Bouken

Ao Zora to Nakama Tachi: Yume no Bouken

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002

A cartoony action platformer starring Aozora Bank company mascot Aozora and his companions Houhou, Pipi and Chichi, Pyonpyon, Kyuu and Keroro. A Playstation version was developed alongside the Game Boy Advance version. More about the Aozora Bank and its mascots http://www.aozorabank.co.jp/kojin/aozora/

Card Captor Sakura: Itsumo Sakura-Chan to Issho!

Card Captor Sakura: Itsumo Sakura-Chan to Issho!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 15, 1999

Card Captor Sakura: Itsumo Sakura-chan to Issho! is an Adventure game developed and published by MTO, which was released in Japan in 1999. The goal is to collect all of the missing Clow cards by finding Sakura in her house, talking to her, and coaxing her to go on adventures. But in order to do that, you need to be in the right place at the right time, as the game utilizes an internal real-time clock.

Catz

Catz

Nintendo DS - March 28, 2006

Catz is a pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with adorable kittens. Players adopt a customized kitten from one of thirteen different breeds. Gamers will earn their kitten’s love and loyalty by remembering to feed, groom or play with it. Toys and accessories can be purchased for the kitten from the in-game store. Kittens can communicate with their owners through a variety realistic sounds effects including purring and different types of meows.

Catz

Catz

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 28, 2006

Catz is a pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with adorable kittens. Players adopt a customized kitten from one of thirteen different breeds. Gamers will earn their kitten’s love and loyalty by remembering to feed, groom or play with it. Toys and accessories can be purchased for the kitten from the in-game store. Kittens can communicate with their owners through a variety realistic sounds effects including purring and different types of meows.

Dogz

Dogz

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 17, 2005

Dogz is a pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with a realistic puppy. Players create and control a main character and choose one of 49 different dogs from 18 different breeds. As characters in the game, owners can take their puppies everywhere within the virtual environment, from through the house to around the neighborhood to visit friends. Gamers will earn their puppy's love and loyalty by remembering to feed and groom it and reward it when it does things correctly. Owners can train the puppy to lie down, shake, fetch and perform many other tricks.

Dogz

Dogz

Nintendo DS - November 22, 2006

In Dogz®, you adopt an adorable puppy from different breeds, raise and train him just like in real life. • Adopt a cute puppy, take care of him, bond with him, and make him happy. • Choose your favorite from 18 breeds of adorable puppies! • Teach your clever pooch all kinds of tricks such as sit and shake. He'll do anything to make you happy. • Dress up your puppy in all kinds of adorable outfits • Take up to 5 pictures of your puppy each day and write a diary that you can exchange with friends online.

Dogz 2

Dogz 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 3, 2007

Pick a puppy pal from a pack of fuzzy and adorable puppies in Dogz 2! Together, you and your new cuddly companion will encounter a world that's fun to play in, explore, and share. Dress up your puppy in fun puppy clothes, play for hours with new toys, or look for hidden surprises that can give your puppy new abilities. Customize your puppy's environment with items and toys, and unlock more goodies as you get better at caring for your new best friend.

Dogz: Fashion

Dogz: Fashion

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 1, 2006

Dogz Fashion allows players to adopt their own adorable puppy, dress him/her up in all kinds of fashionable outfits and enter him/her to win fashion competitions.

GT Advance 2: Rally Racing

GT Advance 2: Rally Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 30, 2002

Get behind the wheel of the world's top rally cars as you span the globe in quest of a championship. Listen to your navigator as you fly over jumps and skid around obstacles on your way to the top of the rally racing circuit!

GT Advance 3: Pro Concept Racing

GT Advance 3: Pro Concept Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 4, 2003

Get behind the wheel of the world's top rally cars as you span the globe in quest of a championship. Listen to your navigator as he helps you through more than 40 unique tracks spanning different weather and terrain through 14 grueling stages. Fly over jumps or skid around obstacles on your way to the top of the rally racing circut. Link up with a friend using the GBA link cable for amazing head-to-head competition or watch the action again using the replay mode.

GT Advance Championship Racing

GT Advance Championship Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 8, 2001

Install your car kits, head to the track, start your engines and get ready to challenge the most competitive racers on the circuit! Choose from over 45 authentic cars and race for championship gold on an amazing 32 different tracks. Upgrade your car's performance using 9 categories of upgradeable parts including the engine, suspension, aerodynamics and more.

GT Cube

GT Cube

Nintendo GameCube - June 20, 2003

The Wii game GT Pro Series or GT Cube as the Japanese-only GameCube release, is a cel-shaded racing game that is a soft-simulation of real-world racing. The game allows you access to over 80 tunable vehicles from ten different Japanese manufacturers. Many of these cars are locked and must be obtained by playing through the game. In addition, there are several modes of play to use them on, which are Championship, Quick Race, Time Attack, Versus, and Drift-Combo. A fairly standard staple in the racing genre, the Championship is a rather straight forward career mode. In this mode, you have...

GT Pro Series

GT Pro Series

Nintendo Wii - November 19, 2006

GT Pro Series features eighty Japanese cars from various companies, including Honda, Subaru, Toyota, and Nissan. The tracks are in the same vein as those found in the Gran Turismo series of games, but are of a less overall quality. The game features cel-shaded cars driving in more realistic settings.

Hamsterz Life

Hamsterz Life

Nintendo DS - November 28, 2006

Hamsterz Life is a hamster simulation video game released by Ubisoft for the Nintendo DS. Hamsterz Life is also known as Love ♥ Hamster or Love Love Hamster in Japan. Gameplay[edit] Hamsterz Life is from the Petz series from Ubisoft for the handheld systems. Being released after Petz 5, it is part of the second Petz series. Hamsterz Life lets you raise several breeds of hamsters and build fully customizable homes for them to live in. Just as in the other Petz games, players can interact with their hamsters by training, playing with, and feeding them. At the start of the game, players...

Imagine: Master Chef

Imagine: Master Chef

Nintendo DS - October 23, 2007

Imagine Master Chef allows players to create recipes from all over the world using the stylus to prepare, stir and cook ingredients. Players can customize their kitchens with utensils and appliances. Fun mini-games include cooking quizzes and kitchen challenges. Bon appetit!

Nakayoshi Cooking Series 1: Oishii Cake-ya-san

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 15, 2000

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Cooking_Series_1:_Oishii_Cake-ya-san

Nakayoshi Cooking Series 2: Oishii Panya-san

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 20, 2001

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Cooking_Series_2:_Oishii_Panya-san

Nakayoshi Cooking Series 3: Tanoshii Obentou

Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 29, 2001

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Cooking_Series_3:_Tanoshii_Obentou

Nakayoshi Cooking Series 4: Tanoshii Dessert

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 16, 2001

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Cooking_Series_4:_Tanoshii_Dessert https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gbc/565492-tanoshii-dessert

Nakayoshi Cooking Series 5: Cake o Tsukurou

Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 5, 2002

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Cooking_Series_5:_Cake_Wo_Tsukurou https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gbc/567634-komugi-chan-no-cake-o-tsukurou

Nakayoshi Pet Series 1: Kawaii Hamster

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 28, 2000

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Pet_Series_1:_Kawaii_Hamster

Nakayoshi Pet Series 2: Kawaii Usagi

Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 24, 2000

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Pet_Series_2:_Kawaii_Usagi

Nakayoshi Pet Series 3: Kawaii Koinu

Nakayoshi Pet Series 3: Kawaii Koinu

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 11, 2000

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Pet_Series_3:_Kawaiiko_Pochi

Nakayoshi Pet Series 4: Kawaii Koneko

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 11, 2000

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Pet_Series_4:_Kawaii_Koneko

Nakayoshi Pet Series 5: Kawaii Hamster 2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 27, 2001

https://tcrf.net/Nakayoshi_Pet_Series_5:_Kawaii_Hamster_2

Pinball FX 2

Pinball FX 2

Microsoft Xbox One

Pinball FX2 is an update to the Xbox 360 game Pinball FX. Upon release of this title, Pinball FX was de-listed and its tables made available as downloadable content (DLC) for the sequel. For the PC and Xbox One this is the first game in the series. The game works as a hub, allowing players to purchase and play downloadable tables. All tables can be played freely for a few minutes. They are permanently unlocked or added by purchasing them as DLC. Major updates from Pinball FX include a revised physics engine and various graphical updates. Tables have six to eight different view options, along...

Pocket GT

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Unreleased - 1999

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gbc/579037-pocket-gt

Pocket Racing

Pocket Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Color

Pocket Racing is a Racing game, which was released in Japan in 1999.

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